Ghanaian midfielder Edmund Addo after starring for Moldovan minnows Sherrif Tiraspolon Tuesday night against Real Madrid has issued a come and get me plea to his dream club Manchester United.
He has seen his stock rise rapidly in the last 24 hours especially at home in Ghana after his impressive performance for his side FC Sheriff Tiraspol.
Addo was speaking in an interview with Joy FM: "Ideally, my dream is to play for Manchester United.
"Which player doesn't want to be in one of the strongest football clubs in Europe? I am no exception."
Addo added: "Since childhood I have been rooting for the Red Devils. But today you have to work hard.
"I strive to get a chance to prove myself in the Champions League. Now this is the most important thing."
He was a key cog as his Moldovan minnows caused a huge upset on Tuesday evening after beating 13 time European Champions Real Madrid 2-1.
Sheriff took the lead against the run of play with a header from Jasurbek Yakhshiboev. Karim Benzema equalised for the 13-time European champions with a second-half penalty before Thill won the match in the 89th minute.
Real had 31 shots on goal and 11 on target while keeping 76 per cent possession and winning 13 corners, while the Moldovan side had only four attempts, scoring two of their three shots on target.
The win means the Moldovan minnows are now top of Group D with 6 points after two matches played in the Uefa Champions League.
Addo completed 92.3% of his 13 passes in the game, the highest percentage of any player who completed more than two passes for the away side.
He also completed two of his long passes while he won two tackles and made two interceptions while making one clearance and was fouled twice.
The midfielder who was raised on the streets of Chorkor in Accra is yet to be capped by Ghana despite his exploits.
Addo spent three seasons with Slovak top-flight club Senica before joining Tiraspol in July.